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I am trying to make a program that already have a picture in it(picturebox) and finds the brightest pixel and labels them(label)
I am programming in Microsoft Visual C++ Express edition if that helps at all

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Bumping your thread is extremely rude. It's a great way to get people to completely ignore you.

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Sorry!!!
I won't do it again, NOW, lets get back to the subject.
Anyonw know how to do this?

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Be patient. When someone who knows how to do it and is interested enough to help you comes along, you'll get an answer.

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> When someone who knows how to do it and is interested enough to help you comes along
I read it yesterday, but I wasn't interested enough to answer.

I read it again today, and I'm rapidly losing the will to care, what with all the bumping.

> and finds the brightest pixel and labels them(label)
So what's the problem?
- how to read a pixel?
- how to determine how bright it is?
- how to label it?

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>I read it yesterday, but I wasn't interested enough to answer.
>I read it again today, and I'm rapidly losing the will to care, what with all the bumping.
You know, I had the exact same reaction. I care so little that I'm not even going to pretend that I don't know how to solve the OP's problem.

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- how to read a pixel?
- how to determine how bright it is?
- how to label it?
Yea.. basicly

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So in other words, you don't know how to do anything and you want us to do your work for you?

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No, i want you to explain to me how to find a pixel closest to white or someother color...
Yes, i really don't know anything about graphics and pixels in MSVC++!!

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I don't think there is such a thing as pixel brightness -- its eather color X or its color Y. There are hundreds of different shades of each color but I don't think they all have the same brightness unlike the old ancient MS-DOS color scheme.

But I could be completly wrong about that too.

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Hmmm... maybe i could research on the colors again(RGB 1-255) and find out which color(1-255,1-255,1-255) i need... then i find that pixel that is closest to it =)

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Hey ppl please help me to...i also hav the same prob...how to find d brightest pixel is d hurdle....

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